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Canadian Career Education College

Study in Canada For Higher Standard In Career Education.

Admission-Entry Advising

Can-College UpComing Information Sessions and Workshops

We offer regular group sessions for some of the most common requests.


  1. Can-College Admission-Entry Advising Online Live Seminars  Oct 19, 2020 -  December 2020, 11:30 AM                  (Four Live Events)

 
Live Web (Worldwide)

* At your own risk and responsibility, some fees may apply, please ask them about their fees in advance to avoid confusion
**(offered 100% Free by Can-College Administration)

What is Can-College Admission-Entry Advising?

Can-College is always there to assist and guide prospects and students at every step of the way.


There are multiple ways to seek assistance and guidance


Option One: Can-College Study Permit Support Services

You can hire a Counsel to provide a number of services. Here are just a few examples:


Option Two: Register and attend UpComing Information **Live Sessions or a Recorded Workshop (Available at the bottom of this page)

Both above options are 100% Free and without any obligation.


Option Three: Click here to connect Can-College's *(DISC) Designated International Student, Consultant 

Option Four: Contact your current *Authorised Representative (Lawyer, RICI or RISIA) to assist and guide you, if you have one.


Can-College's Entry Advising per Option One-Two is here to assist with your questions and answers about program selection and registration to Can-College. We can offer a **live web group session, recording of the previously presented live session or individual appointment to help with:

The following areas will be openly discussed in the live interactive web sessions. (

  1. Choosing a program
  2. Money matter, how much it will cost to study in Canada at Can College
  3. Registration and tuition fees payment options
  4. Admission requirements (Language, Credentials, Assessments etc.)
  5. Academic upgrading options and preparatory programs to get ready for college
  6. Country specific requirements
  7. Requesting transfer credits and prior learning recognition
  8. Applying with international credentials
  9. Regular student stream and students with significant gaps in ion study periods
  10. Admission applications and the process
  11. Letter of acceptance types and how to use them
  12. Self-representation to apply for study Visa (What are your chances)
  13. Using an authorized agent/representative for admission or visa application, will that help or improve approval chance?
  14. Understanding Canadian Immigrating laws and types of visas
  15. Working while studying 
  16. Further career options after completing the study